One night stay in Provincetown in July: possible?
April 22, 2013 7:32 AM   Subscribe

Planning a bike trip to Provincetown over the week of July 4. Hoping to stay in Provincetown on the night of July 6, then take the ferry back to Boston on July 7. Problem: every hotel/B&B we've found so far requires at least a two night minimum stay. Is there any place that doesn't?

We're open to hotels, B&Bs, hostels, private apartments/houses, motels, cabins, yurts, etc. We're planning to camp along the way and are hoping to spend the last night of our trip in somewhat nicer accommodations, but as a last resort, we're willing to camp again (Dunes Edge looks the most promising here, but if you have other recommendations, please share!).
posted by rebekah to Travel & Transportation around Provincetown, MA (3 answers total)
The tourist information place in Provincetown has a good database of accommodation. They are definitely worth going to directly and calling. Because they are hot on organising late minute availability in peak season and it's a small place they tend to know the ins and outs of the various accommodation providers pretty well.
posted by MuffinMan at 7:46 AM on April 22, 2013 [1 favorite]

I was able to stay here for one night last summer with a friend on a cycling trip. It is small and unfancy but is across the street from the bay and right next to a bus stop for the shuttle in to P-town.

I biked out there from Plymouth last summer so if you have any questions about the ride, feel free to MeMail me.
posted by Aizkolari at 7:56 AM on April 22, 2013

I stayed at the Waterford Inn for one night last September - not sure of their minimum for July. I recommend just calling to see if they'd do it. The owner seemed very flexible and guest-satisfaction-oriented. You could also try Airbnb.
posted by melissasaurus at 10:15 AM on April 22, 2013

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